Studio arts, Conferences & lectures

Sophia Hirsch + Johannes Mundinger

Presented by Conversations in Contemporary Art in collaboration with the Museum of Jewish Montreal

DATE & TIME
Friday, October 7, 2022
1 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
COST

No fee

WHERE

J.W. McConnell Building
1400 De Maisonneuve Blvd. W.
J.A. De Sève Cinema

Room Or join on Zoom

WHEEL CHAIR ACCESSIBLE

Yes

Hirsch-Mundingen-fensterbild-02a An der Kirche. Sophia Hirsch & Johannes Mundinger. Image courtesy of the artists.

This event is presented in collaboration with the Museum of Jewish Montreal.

To join on Zoom, please click here.

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Sophia Hirsch and Johannes Mundinger are continuously collaborating on murals, installations and exhibitions, completing such projects for institutions and cities within Europe, as well as Mexico, Korea and Israel, to date.

Sophia Hirsch (b.1987) is based in Berlin, Germany. She studied and graduated from the Weißensee Academie of Art, Berlin, and the University of Art and Design, Halle. She has also studied at Bezalel Academy of Art, Jerusalem. Johannes Mundinger (b. 1982 Offenburg, Germany) is also based in Berlin. He graduated from Münster School of Design, and his exchange studies led him to the Academy of Fine Arts, Brussels.

They have worked with institutions such as the Museum Kunsthalle Wilhelmshaven (2017) and the Jewish Museum Krakow (2014) and Yeoju Museum, Korea (2020).

In 2013, they won the jury prize of the Berliner Kunstverein for their installation Kritische Masse and were invited as artists in residence at the Art Cube Artists Studius, Jerusalem (2017), Yeobaek Seowon, Gyenggi-Do, Korea (2019) and Begehungen Chemnitz (2021).

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Conversations in Contemporary Art is a free event series sponsored by Concordia University's Studio Arts MFA Program. The series provides a unique opportunity to hear artists, designers, critics, writers, educators, and curators share their practice(s) and perspectives. All events are held in English. Seating is first-come-first-served and everyone is welcome.  


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